The Freedom Tree – Allegorical fables, stories and metaphors on life. A blueprint to help you move forward and up in the world.
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“I’ve read a good number of personal development books, but this is certainly the most beautifully written and inspiring book I’ve ever read.”
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“I love this book. It is so beautiful too.”
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“I want to say that having read it, it is so inspirational, honest, real, touches the heart and is unput-downable.”
“I can only remember once before in my life when a book has had such a immediate impact on me. I cannot wait to share its message with so many people who mean everything to me.
The book speaks to me of seasons. I felt as if I was traveling in time both past, present and future while I was reading it. It made me remember so many things. It made me aware of incidents I have long forgotten or chosen to hide. It allowed me to bring everything I needed to see up close in a friendly, caring, compassionate and trusting way. I thank you for that. Somehow what you wrote spoke to me on such a deep level. Your stories made sense to me, your quotes and poetry moved me. I read the poem you wrote over and over again and it has given a name to something I had been unable to define.
I will treasure this book Neil and it will stay with me and move with me wherever I go. I find such peace in quietly picking it up and reading bits of it repeatedly.
Thank you for writing such an extraordinary book. I am so moved and touched by your words.”